What Are Enforcement Notices and How do they Work?

May 2, 2013

Enforcement notices are issued for a variety of reasons in the UK – and for almost any scale of development from small domestic to large corporate schemes. As the name suggests, they are forceful actions taken upon an individual or company for anything ranging from breaches in planning permission to carrying out work without prior […]

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The Future Of Student Housing? Student Co-Operatives Reduce Rent Prices

March 19, 2013

Over recent years, the government of this country has seen directed towards it a tirade of protests and student anger regarding the rise in costs related to being at university. From tuition fees to the prices of rent, it is now more expensive than ever to study – and so far there is very little […]

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UK Government Launches ‘Green Deal’ To Help Homeowners Stay Warm For Less

February 28, 2013

The UK government has recently announced plans to offer long term loans to homeowners in a bid to improve energy efficiency and cut bills. Known as the ‘Green Deal’, the move will ensure that the UK’s ageing house stock will stay adequate for many years to come, with new insulation, double glazing and heating systems being installed […]

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